Tom v. Thom; Patricia Fields Dresses the Masses; Marc Jacobs: Designer; Chloë Sevigny does Menswear; What the Soccer Players Wear

5.22.2008

By Seth Plattner

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When it comes to the big T's of fashion, Tom and Thom (Ford and Browne respectively), we love them both for the two types of masculine man they try to dress, though TF's cheekbones and perky butt give him a slight edge. But what's the real inspiration behind their style? [NY Times]

Admit it: you've spent countless hours watching Sex & The City
wishing that you could dress yourself in the same fabulously offbeat
way Carrie does, only with your own masculine touch (or maybe not).
Well, Patricia Field--the show's stylist--is going to make it one step
easier for you with her own line at Marks & Spencer. [British Vogue]

We and every other media outlet talks about everything Marc Jacobs is except the one thing he really is--a designer.  While speaking with students at Central Saint Martins school in London, he gave a few poignant nuggets on his life at Louis Vuitton and about starting his own label.  OK, but who is he sleeping with again? [The Cut]

We were less than impressed (like, way less) with Chloë Sevigny's "collaboration" with Opening Ceremony, so we are readying our guards for her new line of menswear, that will also be available for women but in smaller sizes.  If Chloë had a doll it would be called Business Saavy Sevigny. [Haute Concept]

Whether you were watching the UEFA Championship between Manchester United and Chelsea yesterday for the actual game or just for those bulging soccer legs, you may have noticed during press junkets that those boys looked rather dapper in their pre-game suits.  Hot men and hot fashion--what a perfect afternoon! [British Vogue]

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